Victims Protest: ” We Have Suffered Enough” As Taoiseach Visits Flood Blackspots

South and West of country braces itself for onslaught of utterly useless gombeens

Adding insult to injury, acting Taoiseach Brian Cowen has threatened to visit some areas of the south and west most severely affected by flooding today.

Bottles and kegs in the Dáil Bar were sealed and engagements for Mr Cowen were cancelled yesterday as plans were being made last night for him to travel to Galway, Clare, Tipperary and Cork where his brand of charm, grace under fire and leadership skills, which have proven so worthwhile during the economic crisis, are thought to be just the ticket for the thousands of people who have lost their homes and livelihoods over the past few days.

Large parts of the south and west are on alert, with further heavy visits from dangerously inept politicians expected this week.

In a statement, emergency workers expressed fears that it was only a matter of time before opposition politicians add to the unpleasant deluge of incompetent freeloaders rushing into affected areas to feign concern and solidarity with those worst affected.

Of more pressing concern, the acting Taoiseach is to depart Government Buildings today after a Cabinet meeting, mostly on budget issues, but during which Ministers will also be briefed by a predelegation from the ‘First Response’ taskforce on response to emergency planning which is expected to commence tackling the crisis as soon as things dry out a little.

Met Éireann noted many places in the State have already had one-and-a-half to two times the normal amount of visits by useless inbred wankers seeking reelection for the entire month.

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